ICG

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ICG last won the day on October 8 2021

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    NH

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    NH & ME eastern mountains
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    OVSC, Turner Ridge Runners

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  1. Where will snowmobiling be in 50 years?

    A ROW Right a Way. or Easement isn't buying the property outright . . . You are permanently buying passage over said parcel Access could be negotiated with land owners, and said space could be part of the required open space for a subdivision . . . It could be a win / win for all parties involved, with the land owner taking a tax break, while still using the area as part of the subdivision.
  2. Another season behind us

    Trails , or they boondocking (trespassing) for high elevation?
  3. Where will snowmobiling be in 50 years?

    Sadly, to the above comment, that issue has been tested in Massachussets... and the trail system was lost. Trails built in the 1960's and 1970's were lost from development in the late 1970's through the 1980's with constant pressure killing the trail system and clubs.
  4. Where will snowmobiling be in 50 years?

    It doesn't matter. . . After flying cars and snowmobiles, Virtual reality can make a perpetual snowmobile mecca where we can bust virgin powder mile after, every day.
  5. Where will snowmobiling be in 50 years?

    The Technology question is easy . . . It will blow the mind away with 50 years of new technology, materials , and engineering The scary parts are the environmental freaks, nay sayers attacking us with land use issues, and the change in volunteerism. How our current generation can still steer the future, is to buy and secure permanent trails + rightaways
  6. Another season behind us

    Pathfinder Is there any riding from Magallaway towards the border?
  7. If that logic holds, any landowner that hears a Hog going by with straight pipes , they too should be compensated for the devaluation of property + quality of life.
  8. Attorney fee's, expert testimony. etc, are not normally awarded. Unless, they are statute authorized.... This isn't civil rights where there awarded by statute with punitive damages attached Stinks of local political pressure.... NIMBY, yes. and one on the bench.
  9. Normally, there are provisions for an accelerated hearing when It impacts the publics interest. This is a parallel to the Litigation between. Neighbor vs. OVSC + Landowner.... Neighbor wanted our trail stopped ‚úč, from.going through adjacent farm. Court went for club.
  10. Hope the next stop is the Appellate Court . . . Snowmobile Trails exist with owner consent . . . This ruling would make that venue. Open to attack.
  11. Electric snowmobile

    Fuel range was an issue with some sleds, more so than others. 6 or 7 gallon tanks in the 70's and early 80's were disappointing riding long distances..... Now, to find an electric plug on a tree in the wilderness every 50 miles. . . Seems my 20 mpg sleds makes more sense to keep. If you can't easily or conveniently charge an Audi Coast to coast, can you imagine the challenges of charging a sled. Probably wait for a Turbo Diesel, easier on the nerves.
  12. Snow totals

    . Kinda bites as Connecticut shoreline got blasted. . .
  13. NH Snowmobile Museum schedule

    It's a volunteer staff..... try calling on the weekend, or emailing. Open for special events, ?????
  14. Yes, Lake Tahoe.... 4 hours +_ flight time.... Roads are closed .....
  15. TAHOE .... 10' snowfall ... city streets to snowmobile trails.